Higgs Boson God particle discovered by the Large Hadron Collider scientists
European physicists have found evidence of a new particle on Wednesday, which might be Higgs Boson God particle. The Large Hadron Collider physicists at CERN have been cheering today, convinced that they have a discovery, though it’s not yet clear if it’s the Higgs Boson particle or not.
It’s been nearly 50 years since physicists have believed the Higgs Boson particle exists, though no evidence showed up until now. The God particle is considered the final piece of particle physics and scientists have been working hard on getting more information and evidence about it.
The supposedly Higgs Boson particle has been recorder in the Large Hadron Collider ( LHC ) at CERN and the data is still being processed. Physicists managed to get an excess of collision events at a 125 gigaelectronvolts mass.
Unfortunately the physicist who reported this information wants to remain anonymous and all we know is that he works for ATLAS.
According to the physicists, an official announcement of the Higgs Boson God particle will not be made until the signal reaches 5 sigma, while until now the signal has been between 4.5 and 5 sigma, so they are actually very close. But a 5 sigma signal doesn’t mean anything sure, because it’s still weak, though chances would be higher.
FranÃ§ois Englert, Carl Hagen, Peter Higgs and Gerald Guralnik, four of the physicists that have researched the Higgs Boson particle in 1960 attented the seminar on Wednesday.
Right now the physicists are struggling to understand this particle better as they want to learn if it behaves accordingly with Higgs’ theory. Measuring the ways this particle is produced is also crucial, considering that it could be affected by the exotic new particles.